Trump came to Michigan with calls to lock up Gov. Whitmer. As recent events show, those words have consequences.
The president has repeatedly suggested that “minorities” in the suburbs are "ruining the American Dream." The facts say otherwise.
Despite the threat that large, unmasked crowds pose for spreading the virus—not to mention a pattern of coronavirus surges in regions following his events—the president has been adamant about holding more in-person events.
Since leaving the hospital, President Trump has delivered rambling interviews, incoherent tweets, and called for imprisoning political enemies. His behavior is raising alarms in the halls of Congress.
There are questions about how often mix-ups occur and whether they could affect this year's presidential election. This is what the experts say.
Voting rights advocates say that NC is running out of time before Election Day to decide what to do with thousands of absentee ballots.
NC and Republican party officials battle over changes to witness requirement for absentee ballots, a key consideration in a pandemic election.